Thursday, February 02, 2017

Magney vs. Humboldt Case Continues

The North Coast Journal follows up on the case developing against Humboldt County Adult Protective Services (APS) over APS fighting decedent Dick Magney's right to die on his own terms. Keeping in mind we're only getting the North Coast Journal's view of this sordid affair, we should all hope attorney Allison Jackson and Mrs. Magney prevail.

The main antagonist on the county's side in this was Blair Angus who is reportedly looking into election to a judgeship. A law professor explains, "...Angus' conduct in the case as "disturbing" and said the case should receive "substantial attention" during any vetting process for a judgeship."

You can bet it will, at least from me. I'll do whatever I can to oppose Angus' election from what I've read about this affair so far.


At 8:20 AM, Blogger Henchman Of Justice said...

The Blair Anus Project.

APS is no lesser a totalitarian ran outfit......ONCE again, bigger gubbamint is worse gubbamint.

At 1:49 AM, Blogger gabriele gray said...

For earlier and more complete coverage read what John Chiv has posted:
There are (I think) links to the actual documents where the Judge let the County know the court's opinion of the actions of all involved.
And still the county keeps pushing. And how much is all this extra work going to cost the tex payers of HC?


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